The Chalice Well lies in a protected area of natural beauty, at the foot of a narrow valley running between the Tor and Chalice Hill and is an integral part of the sacred landscape in and around Glastonbury, England. For over two thousand years the Red Spring, or Blood Spring, has flowed ceaselessly and is a place where people have gathered to drink the waters and find solace, peace and inspiration.
A couple enjoying the view from Tor, Glastonbury, England. Their dog is more interested in the photographer!
The top of Tor offers panoramic views of Glastonbury and the surrounding countryside of England
At the top of Glastonbury Tor (in England) is a 14th-century roofless St Michael’s Tower, it is one of the most famous landmarks in Somerset. Excavations on the Tor have revealed some Neolithic flint tools and Roman artifacts, indicating use since ancient times.
Glastonbury Tor is a conical hill, rising to an elevation of 500 feet, in Glastonbury, England.
An intriguing combination of stone walls and arches covered with ivy, but leading to a locked gate. What pastures lie behind the gate in the English countryside?
A sturdy door from the past in Wells, England